Skyline Sports Global Interviews
Official Trailer: The Future (French Version)
As a big believer of achieving success in steps, I want to focus on my most recent experience visiting in my motherland Kinshasa, Congo, for the very first time. I never realised how my fellow brothers and sisters lived until I saw how minimal the resources and infrastructure is in Congo. The saddest part was hearing that a simple basketball game could not be played in a well equipped sports centre... in the whole of Congo! Now being unable to shoot some hoops may not seem a big deal to many but for all my fellow followers who breathe sports - you can understand how heart crushing it was seeing such talent wasted! For those struggling to visualise it, here’s a snippet of my journey exploring Congo’s talent, connecting with coaches and showing how we can create opportunities for the youth of Congo! My team and I are constantly in the works to assist the funding for better facilities but we need your help! Have a look at how you can make a difference for these kids and let’s work together to build them up for success! Special thanks to Isaac Kammu’s, Coach Raven, Maman Guy, John Nyembo and every single individual who has helped create this video
Coach Samson Downey: Recapping his historic first season as Humber's new bench boss
Head coach Samson Downey became the first Humber coach to capture a CCAA national medal in his first season. Here's a look at Coach Samson's transition to bench boss of the top basketball program in the CCAA. By: Ronny Musikitele
Ravens' Nest All Access - Jenjen & Alyssa
Our CEO and President Ronny Musikitele take the audience inside the Carleton Ravens women’s basketball program, shedding light on the team’s student-athletes on and off the court. As a passionate basketball enthusiasm, Ronny followed the Ravens Women’s Basketball Team during their National Championship run. He looks in the close bond of Jen Jen and Alyssa Cereno’s close relationship and bond.
Meet Team Canada: Carleton’s Kaza Kajami-Keane Continues Family Legacy at FISU Games
Kaza Kajami-Keane’s trials and errors led him to the guiding light of success - the Carleton Ravens men’s basketball team. “Looking back I wish I could have excelled at the rate I wanted to at the Division I level. But honestly, I’m a guy who really believes God has a plan and everything works out for a reason, says Kajami-Keane. “Coming to U SPORTS and playing for (Ravens head coach) Dave (Smart) is something that I feel is a great accomplishment and that is what I wanted to accomplish the most.” Besides accomplishing his university goals, another accomplishment Kajami-Keane has long wished for is to be the best basketball player in his family. That aspiration came from growing up watching his two older sisters dominate on the court. Today, the debate remains open, as his sisters are now watching their little brother dominate like they used to. As Kajami-Keane enjoys his busy offseason, he and his family recently took some time during the Nike Crown League finale held at Ryerson University to share their story about a rare Canadian basketball family that saw all three siblings enjoy successful basketball careers.
Catherine Traer: The Dual Citizen of Ottawa
Catherine Traer shocked the Ottawa community by making one of the boldest moves a varsity basketball player in the nation’s capital can make. Traer transferred to Carleton University to play for the Ravens and complete her master’s after finishing her undergraduate degree at uOttawa in 2018. What made the decision surprising was that the Traer family’s pride to the Garnet and Grey of the Ottawa Gee-Gees is arguably as deep as anyone in the history of the school. Our CEO and Founder sat down with Traer to discuss her journey representing Team Canada, her quest for a National Championship and her deep-rooted history with the Gee Gees.
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